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Sweet Liberty: Travels in Irish America

by Joseph O'Connor

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The award-winning Irish novelist's passion for American culture led to an extraordinary trip across the United States to visit nine Dublins in nine states, celebrating the breathtaking diversity of the Irish influence on America.

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Divertente ed a tratti poetico diario di viaggio. La visita delle varie città chiamate Dublin che si trovano negli Usa diventa un pretesto per raccontare fatti e persone incontrati lungo il cammino, narrate con humour graffiante e intelligente. Inoltre, a fare da cornice , c'è la musica, grande passione dell'autore al quale dedica alcune delle pagine più belle del libro. ( )
  mara4m | Jun 8, 2011 |
I actually read this while I was on a road trip through the USA. Not to all the Dublins but still. I like his travel writing a lot more than Bryson's actually, but maybe that's because British humor is more to my liking than most American. Plus, I don't think Bryson is funny (even in an American sense) while O'Connor is. ( )
  Thalia | Jan 13, 2006 |
Started out funny, but wore thin near the end. I expected a funny take, like Bryson's stuff about England (or about the U.S., for that matter), but it just wasn't there. ( )
  wenestvedt | Oct 4, 2005 |
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